Indoor Dining to Resume Monday in Pennsylvania


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Indoor Dining Resumes in Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA - Pennsylvania restaurants will once again be allowed to open their doors for indoor dining on Monday, Jan. 4, 2020. However, some restrictions will still be in place.


Indoor Dining Resumes in Pennsylvania On Monday

While indoor dining will still be banned in Philadelphia for another two weeks. For the rest of the state, indoor dining will once again be allowed.

Restaurants will still be limited to the number of customers they can serve, depending on whether the establishment has been self-certified or not.

Indoor dining will be allowed at 50% capacity at all self-certified restaurants. While non-self-certified restaurants will be limited to 25% of indoor capacity.

Alcoholic beverages can only be enjoyed at the bar or as part of a meal, and restaurants must stop selling alcoholic beverages at 11 p.m.

The indoor dining ban in Philadelphia will expire on Jan. 15. However, depending on the number of new cases, the ban could be lifted sooner than the two-week extension set by Mayor Jim Kenney.

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